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The Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming

Updated on April 10, 2011

When you are interested in lucid dreaming, you would probably come across a book written by renowned psychophysiologist, Stephen LaBerge and writer Howard Rheingold called Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming. You would be surely find the twelve chapters of Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming a good scientific reference for your research.

According to the experts of the world of lucid dreaming, this is a state when you are aware that you are inside of a dream. It is one of the most ecstatic experiences open to human beings. This type of experiences and state of consciousness is very hard to achieve without the proper mental preparation. Autosuggestion is a way of trying to be lucid, but it has yield low positive results. Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming is a treasure trove of techniques to achieve lucidity in the subconscious state, one of which is the Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD).

There are also other techniques that have its origins from different esoteric traditions. Exploring the World of Lucid dreaming discusses how to create the proper conditions that are conducive for lucid dreaming, once you manage to be aware of your subconscious state, how to reach a high level of consciousness for prolonged periods and finally how to use lucid dreams to solve lingering problems that affect your conscious state.

Lucid dreaming is very hard to accomplish; you need to invest a lot of effort and practice of the methodology and techniques so that the subconscious mind to be trained. Just by reading Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming alone, a suggestion may be planted in the subconscious. If you’re not up to reading, then you can watch television before you sleep so that subliminal messages from the boob tune can give some suggestions for your subconscious mind.

It is important that lucid dreaming does not happen immediately, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming specifically states that it need constant practice of the techniques provided for in its chapters. Such techniques should be diligently, patiently exercised over a period of time before results start to materialize.

Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming is the best guidebook on lucid dreaming. One review even raved that LaBerge’s first book is the best background textbook, while Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming is the best guidebook.


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